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Serian is a town, as well as the capital of the Serian Division separated on the 11th of April 2015 from Samarahan Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. The town is located roughly 65km from Kuching, the capital of Sarawak and is very famous for its durians. Some of the interesting attraction here is Jong’s Crocodile Farm. End your day at some of the best Serian hotels that can be found here.

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Roxy Hotel Serian

Serian, Kuching
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The customer service (a women) is very rude. Me and my family called few times regarding our room and she answered our question with rude tone. The room is not clean too. The floor is dusty and the bedsheet got stains.

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Serian is a town and also the capital of the Serian Division separated on 11 April 2015 from Samarahan Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. This town is popular for its durians and known as the ‘king of fruits’ which are believed to be the best in Sarawak. As of the year 2010, the district population was recorded a total of 90,763 which comprised of about 65% of the population are Bidayuh. The other main ethnic groups are Iban, Chinese, and Malay. Besides that, there are many waterfalls found in Serian District Sarawak. Among of the famous ones are Ranchan Waterfall which is located at about 5 kilometres from Serian town and is accessible easily by road and also Simuja waterfall. Serian town has been one of the busiest towns especially during festive seasons. There are stores and shops packed by mainly Bidayuh returning home from Peninsula Malaysia, Singapore or oversea or major towns on Gawai and Christmas holidays. The main attraction here is an excellent farmers’ market selling all manner of fruit, vegetables and forest produce, and a thriving fish market as well as the famous live sago worms and other favourite local delicacies.

How to Get There

By Plane

From Kuala Lumpur International Airport, it takes around 1 hour and 40 minutes to Kuching international airport by using flights such as Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia or Malindo Air. After that, once you arrive at the airport, you can take a taxi or rent a car to Serian town which consumes another 55 minutes via Kuching-Serian road.

Tourist Attractions

Jong’s Crocodile Farm

Situated approximately around 30-minute drive from Serian Town, there is one of the largest and the only crocodile breeding farm in the country. This farm is nestled among tall tropical trees, lush vegetation and local fruit trees with over a thousand crocodiles bred in captivity. This place acts as a sanctuary and habitat for the reptiles whilst saving the species from extinction. There is the Arapaima feeding demonstration which is located at the middle of our gigantic fresh water pond where the Arapaima and more than 15 other species of freshwater tropical fishes habitats. Other than that, the Museum potrays the skull of the legendary Bujang Senang and also records of most of the historic men-eater crocodiles in the region as well as gallery of historical photos, close-up on crocodile's eggs, crocodile skeleton replica and nest. Apart from crocodiles, there are also various rare species of birds and animals found only in the Borneo Island. There are also monkeys, leopard-cats, sunbears, bearcats, pheasants, civets, barking deers, sambar deers, turtles, fruit bats, monitor lizards, pythons and even hornbills. The opening and feeding Hours is this place opens daily from Monday to Sunday from 9.00am to 5.00 pm whereas the feeding Demonstration starts at 11 am to 3pm daily. The admission charge for adult is RM22.00, child is RM11.00, Sarawakian Adult is RM12.00 and Sarawakian Children is RM6.00.


Imperial Hotel

Located just a 10-minute drive from Sarawak Museum and Kuching Waterfront, this hotel offers elegantly furnished and air-conditioned rooms equipped with carpet flooring, a clothes rack, seating area and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. The en suite bathroom offers shower facility and free toiletries. Among the top features of the hotel include facilities for disabled guests, luggage storage, shops, 24-hour room service, and Wi-Fi in public areas. The hotel also offers amazing facilities including a sauna, fitness centre and an outdoor pool. On top of that, the staffs at 24 hour desk can also assist guests with luggage storage and fax/photocopying services.

One Point Hotel

Set in Kuching, 3.6 km from Kuching Waterfront Bazaar, One Point Hotel boasts air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. Every room has a flat-screen TV and rooms come with a private bathroom alongside slippers and free toiletries. There is a 24-hour front desk available for any assistance on service and facilities as well as luggage storage, shops, 24-hour room service, and Wi-Fi in public areas.

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